An energized electorate across New York swept progressive Democrats to victory in State Senate races, including all seven of the candidates we endorsed.
Kavanaugh is an unapologetic right-wing ideologue, and his confirmation would threaten what everyday Americans expect from a fair and just government.
You should vote “no” on all of the 6 proposed constitutional amendments in North Carolina.
Food & Water Action PAC has endorsed progressive candidates in Pennsylvania who will stand up to corporate interests and protect our essential resources.
All seven of Florida’s potential next governors — Democrats and Republicans alike — have gone on the record to support a ban on fracking.
Mary has a strong progressive voice that she also uses to campaign for better education, immigration, economic, and healthcare policy.
Congressman DeSantis is the last of the seven major gubernatorial candidates to now be on the public record as being against fracking in Florida.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will soon join a growing cadre of climate justice warriors in Congress working to protect our planet and all people living on it.
Suing the Trump EPA is a David and Goliath kind of battle, but we aren’t intimidated and we won’t stop until we get to the truth.
Food & Water Action is proud to be supporting Mary Washington for the Maryland legislature; here are 10 reasons why she’s the progressive champion we need.
It took some wrangling, but all Democratic candidates for Florida Governor are now on record supporting a ban on fracking.
We will be mobilizing to turn out votes for these candidates so that they can bring their strong environmental ideas to Congress in 2019.
In North Carolina, if the toxic factory farm next door makes you sick or affects your livelihood, you no longer have any recourse.
Jim and Tanzie know what’s necessary to put a check on Donald Trump’s environmentally devastating policies. Help send them to Congress from New Jersey.
To protect our communities from fracking, and move to 100% renewable energy, we need real champions in Harrisburg. These women are up to the task.
Maryland leaders should be pushing for aggressive and justice-based policies that move our state off fossil fuels and onto 100% clean renewable energy.
Residents from communities surrounding the Aliso Canyon Facility call on the California gubernatorial candidates to support shutting it down.
Tara Zrinkski won election to the Northampton County Council with a campaign centered around sustainability and stopping the PennEast pipeline.
Statement from Food & Water Action Executive Director Wenonah Hauter on the record-number of climate champions running for U.S. Congress in 2018.
Four candidates in Pennsylvania were elected as township supervisors. They may be able to stop a dangerous pipeline project.
Power and progress: here’s how we’re going to (literally) change the world together. From Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director of Food & Water Action. We have a bold vision to transition our country to 100% renewable energy by 2035 to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. And we’ve partnered with some other bold, visionary people […]
This is a giveaway to the handful of billionaires that are reshaping our society and sending our nation back into an era of feudalism.
Electing progressive governors in battleground states in 2018 can start us down the path towards a clean energy revolution.
In this world of digital communication, knocking on doors can seem old-fashioned, but talking to your neighbors gets results.
The 350-mile Mariner East 2 pipeline would carry dangerous, highly explosive gas liquids across Pennsylvania, but you can stop it.
We can beat Sunoco by winning local elections in two key communities along the route of the Mariner East 2.
When the government allows corporate polluters to threaten our food, water and the planet, sometimes the best response is litigation.
Over 100 elected officials have signed the OFF pledge, committing to opposing new fossil fuel projects and transition to 100% renewable energy by 2035.
Volunteers are organizing events, meeting with elected officials, and recruiting others to help get America off fossil fuels.
We need to transition to 100 percent renewable energy to ensure we have a healthy planet, and we need our elected officials to get on board – now.
It’s up to us to demand better from our leaders. That’s why we’re working to get America Off Fossil Fuels by building political power at the local level.